"What is this? How can you use your power like that?" When I refused Sultan, he had threatened he would never work with me. The 46-year-singer shared his vlog with a troubling caption, "You might soon hear about suicides in the music industry", in which he called out the "mafias" of the music industry, two of them in particular, without taking names. "Thank you for showering tons of love to me", posted the doppelganger along with the video. Please be a little easy. After Sushant's death by suicide on Sunday, Bollywood has been divided and people have been calling out the nepotism culture in the industry. While police are still investigating the matter, the girl's fondness of Sushant Singh Rajput as suggested by the collected diary will also be considered to probe the truth behind the death.
"Everybody wants to "rule" the business", said Sonu Nigam, who repeatedly requested to the alleged "music mafias" to be kind and considerate towards new talent with messages such as these addressed to them: "Don't do this!" The Panga actor went on to say, "Were there people calling Sushant?" I was lucky to debut at a young age and hence was able to escape this mess. Often music companies refuse to make an artist sing, saying this is not our artist, even if a film's director, producer and music composer is eager to work with the singer.
Talking about the debate around nepotism, Sidharth said, "If you talk of nepotism in Bollywood as such, you need to understand it's not a government job".
"The entire power lies in the hands of only two people, two music companies who decide the fate of the singers".
The singer added that lyrics writers are paid meager remuneration for their work. "Things will happen and they will pass and as long as you know your truth nothing else matters".